Tone detection in Microsoft Editor for Outlook on the Web

Writing an email in a business environment is vastly different than jotting off a quick note to your best friend about having lunch next week. You need to keep many things in mind these days, such as inclusiveness, formality, and clarity. In order to help you out, you can use Microsoft Editor in Outlook on the Web to get grammar suggestions and hints that can make your writing better suited to your style and environment. Here’s how it works…

Microsoft Teams search has a new look

It used to be when you searched for something in Microsoft Teams, you got the results in the Feed section, and you had to scroll through the feed to find what you were looking for. Now, the search results are in the main display area, conveniently broken out by People, Messages, and Files. Here’s what it looks like…

Visio for the web is now available in Microsoft 365

client often has an additional cost associated with it. Now in many of the Microsoft 365 plans, there is a browser-based version of Visio that allows you to create basic diagrams and collaborate with others on them. Here’s how it works…

Associating a SharePoint hub site to another hub site

SharePoint allows you to create hub sites in your environment to help with searching and content roll-up. You can then attach existing sites to that particular hub site. However, you haven’t been able to associate a hub site with another hub site. Microsoft has addressed that issue, and now hub sites can be associated with another hub site. Here’s how that works…